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A Tip To Use When Writing Essays, Contents, Your Exams & All Speeches

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One of the best ways the Lord showed me which we must employ when we want to pass our exams, is structuring the points of our essays in a chronological or systematic way. (This is the pattern I use here in answering questions or in writing articles.)

The best way according to the Lord, is to arrange your points in such a way that, you will bring the most important point first when answering questions, followed by the next strongest one, or the next most important one, and then the next in importance after that one-in that order till you have exhausted all your points.

Therefore, the least strongest point will be toward the end of your essay or articles. Interestingly, this rather gives meaning to your article, and resounds well in the ears of all others than if you should start with the least point ones first.

So, once you start writing your article, your blog post, your book, your letter or even your drafted speech for a conference, arrange them with the most important points first.

You are going to captivate their attention and they will like to hear the rest. Yes, as you read on, they’ll see the order, and fully enjoy your points to the end.

However, once you start with your weak points, they may become too weak, and they may lose interest in reading, learning or hearing the rest. They may surely become bored.

(People naturally have impatient ears.)

So, apart from answering questions in this way, it should be the same way when delivering your conversation or talking physically with others.

I have always used this point and it works, interestingly.

Thank you.


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